Don’t forget that Friday night after the football game the Rich Hill United Methodist Church is hosting an event for students in grades 9-12 call “After the Lights”. The church will be providing food and an opportunity to get together with friends.
It will start 10 minutes after the game and dismiss at 11:00 pm.
Just a reminder that JV and Varsity have games tonight at home. JV starts at 6 o’clock.
JH has a tournament Saturday. Rich Hill girls” first game starts at 8:30am.
Come support us.
Book Fair Spirit Week is Sept. 30 – Oct. 4!!! It goes along with Book It. It is for grades K-5. Here’s a schedule for the week:
Monday, Sept. 30: “The Rainbow Fish.” Wear colorful “rainbow” socks or shoes and bring in pennies!
Tuesday, Oct 1: “Charlotte’s Web.” Wear a Halloween or spider shirt and bring in nickels!
Wednesday, Oct 2: “The Very Hungry Caterpillar.” Wear green clothes or butterfly clothes and bring in dimes!
Thursday, Oct. 3: “Llama, Llama, Red Pajama.” Wear pajamas and slippers and bring in quarters!
Friday, Oct. 4: “Where The Wild Things Are.” Wear wild tiger spirit red, white, and blue! and bring in ANY spare change!
All money collected directly benefits your child’s Classroom Library and the School Library. For each dollar collected, Scholastic donates one free book to Kids in Distressed Situations and the Kids in Need Foundation in our area. Thank you for your support!!
The tournament will be held on Saturday September 28, 2013.
Pool 1 Pool 2
1. Rich Hill 4. Adrian
2. Midway 5. Appleton City
3. Clinton 6. Osceola
Schedule 8:30am 1 vs. 3 9:30am 4 vs. 5 10:30am 2 vs. 3
11:15am 5 vs. 6 12:00pm 1 vs. 2 12:45pm 4 vs. 6
1:30pm #3 team from pool 1 vs. #3 team from pool 2 (consolation game)
2:30pm #2 team from pool 1 vs. #2 team from pool 2 ( 3rd Place game)
3:30pm #1 team from pool 1 vs. #1 team from pool 1 (championship game)
The 8:30am and 9:30am games will not start early, after that we will run ahead if possible.
Format: Each pool match will consist of two games, with modified scoring for both teams starting with 5 points and playing to 25. NO third game will be played in pool play.
Winners will be determined by number of games won. In case of tie the following will be used:
1st: Point differential between involved teams
2nd: Point differential for tournament
3rd: A coin toss
In bracketed play we will play 2 out of 3 (3rd game to 15).
Admission: Admission will be $5 adult and $3 student. This will be an all day admission. No passes will be honored.
Concessions will be provided by Project Prom parents.
Last night the JH, JV and Varsity volleyball girls played against Drexel. The JH high won in two sets, as did the JV. The varsity however lost in the third set. But not without a fight.
Erica Diehl serving in the Jv game
The varsity team getting a pep talk
The Project Prom Parents are trying a new approach to fundraising and are holding a silent auction via RHTigerTalk. Each year the parents of the members of the junior class host an “all-nighter” for prom attendees after the prom. This has been a successful endeavor in providing a safe environment for students. Much work occurs in the months prior to the event with efforts to raise money.
Up for auction are three bracelets donated by Denise Norbury featuring “Love Tiger Cheer”, “Love Tiger Football”, and “Love Tiger Volleyball”. Bids can be placed in the comment section below each item on the RHTigerTalk Facebook page. Auction will end next Wednesday, October 2nd at 3:00 pm. Please find the post with the separate items and place your bids from that post and not from this article and thanks in advance for supporting RHHS Project Prom!
Junior high students in Mrs. Wheatley’s class have been studying the human skeleton and have now reached the bones in the head. In an effort to aid in remembering the various names they prepared labels on post-it notes and then tried to place the notes in the appropriate locations on their partner’s skull. Needless to say the results were a bit amusing.
Teachers in the district received a great supply of post-it notes and other 3M products at the beginning of the school year as a result of local resident Sam Hardin’s award at 3M.